The Brooklyn Brothers

The people have spoken. What a journey 2020 has

been for the Brooklyn Brothers and, in many ways,

the best year yet. Despite all odds, their modern,

Earned-first approach has ensured their success.

As well as driving clients’ growth with a wealth of

culturally relevant work, Brooklyn have led the way

in championing diversity and social inclusion with

the industry-first Night School and News School. All

whilst navigating the pandemic and getting to grips

with Zoom...

Brooklyn’s brave brand platforms have risen

above the noise; infiltrating culture with the Ted

Lasso series, normalising the realities of imperfect

parenting with #ThisIsParenthood, igniting a global

conversation on responsible capitalism with FT and

making money a wellness issue with First Direct.

As well as driving over 80% organic growth for our

clients, and supporting them during Covid-19,

Brooklyn have also attracted 41 opportunities,

generating a total of £17.5m new business billings..

We have strong female leaders in our CEO and

Managing Directors roles, who have implemented

and championed the ‘Do you’ vision and led industry

change with WACL’s flexible-first approach to

working. Along with their ‘Make it Happy’ wellness

team, Brooklyn have retained 90% (happy!) staff.

100% of entry level recruits have been

ethnically diverse with Night School and News

School supporting 40 diverse graduates.

Brooklyn’s Agency of The Year submission curated

quotes from their clients, collaborators and talent;

those who have experienced Earned-first, first hand.

After all, if anything has been learnt from 2020, it’s

the importance of long-lasting, healthy relationships.